New leak reveals the key features and price of OnePlus 6T

New leak reveals the key features and price of OnePlus 6T

A new leak is appeared today online that claims to reveal the OnePlus 6T prize together with the configurations. The upcoming smartphone seems to have a higher base price than its predecessors and will be available in three configurations.

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However, OnePlus has not officially confirmed the price details for this device.

The leak comes from India, with local pricing for the device. A simple conversion gives us a rough idea of ​​the price range we expect for this device. The base model can start at over $510, and the price can go up to $610 for the top model.

The three models that can be offered for this device will feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, 8GB of RAM and 128GB as well as 8GB of RAM and 256GB of memory.

Prices are higher than the previous OnePlus 6T models, due to a new distribution strategy from the company, in addition to the cost of technology upgrades.

OnePlus 6T is the company’s first device to be sent with a screen-based fingerprint sensor.

The company has confirmed this news already. Also, the phone will not feature a 3.5mm headphone port.

OnePlus has also confirmed that the device will come with Android Pie, the new operating system version. The new phone will be officially announced on October 31st.

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OnePlus plans to build its first smart TV next year

OnePlus plans to build its first smart TV next year

Everyone might be waiting for the OnePlus 6T, but the company has more than smartphones up its sleeve. OnePlus today announced it’s entering the smart TV game.

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The company doesn’t provide much in the way of hard details, but CEO Pete Lau penned a blog post explaining the new project:

We want to bring the home environment to the next level of intelligent connectivity. To do this, we are building a new product of OnePlus’ premium flagship design, image quality and audio experience to more seamlessly connect the home.

We call it: OnePlus TV.

In an interview with Business Insider, Lau said OnePlus plans to release its first TV in 2019, but it will take some time to perfect. “It won’t be something that’s perfect and absolutely complete and revolutionary from the start,” said Lau. The TV will receive updates to make it smarter over the next five years, becoming more connected to your smartphone along the way.

Some ideas of what the TV could do include easily streaming media from your phone and showing information about your upcoming meetings or commute – kind of like Amazon’s Echo show or Google Assistant-powered displays. There will also be a camera on the TV – video calling comes to mind – but Lau says OnePlus will have a solution for those concerned about privacy.

OnePlus didn’t specify whether the TV would run on an an existing platform like Android TV or something new altogether, but the company is talking with major players in the industry to support current smart home systems.

It’s a surprising turn of events, but OnePlus says its equipped to enter the TV space after the time its spent making smartphones. The company has long prided itself on providing flagship performance and design at highly competitive prices – here’s hoping it can bring the same to the TV market.

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OnePlus 6, a rival of the iPhone X but with half the price

OnePlus 6, a rival of the iPhone X but with half the price

The whole front of it is the screen, practically all with glass. There is a relatively small side at the bottom of the screen where it joins the body, but the frames are narrow around the sides and at the top.

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OnePlus has embraced what appears to be the smartphone trend for 2018, the “notch” – the upper part of the screen trimmed on the screen to make room for the sensors, the loudspeaker and a 16-megapixel camera. The AMOLED display of 6.28 is large, bright, with great viewing angles.

Also new to OnePlus 6 is a rear of the glass, available in both options, mats and mirrors, which makes the phone feel really entertaining in hand. However, there are some weaknesses in the back, where we mention that it is not slippery in the hand and the screen surface gathers fingerprints like a magnet.

Scratches are also inevitable and will be less powerful if you crash it. Fortunately, OnePlus is one of the small non-Apple manufacturers that offers very good products.

Zero delay

When OnePlus claims there is no delay of any kind, this is no joke. The entire system is extremely fast in all directions, from switching applications to camera launch.

The battery life is good but not good enough. OnePlus 6 lasted 29 hours on the battery, starting at 7 on the first day and extending until noon on the second day. Even during these hours there was a maximum use of smartphone services.

Charging is really fast through the Dash charger, reaching 30% from 0 to 17 minutes, 70% to 38 minutes, and a full charge in just under 90 minutes.

OxygenOS 5.1

OnePlus puts a customized Android version on its phones called OxygenOS, this time based on Android 8.1 Oreo, which is the latest available with Android P coming in the summer.

OxygenOS is a slightly refined version of the so-called “stock” Android with add-ons and small tools, such as the ability to duplicate certain messaging applications including WhatsApp. OxygenOS 5.1 in OnePlus 6 is smoother and more refined, comparing it to Google’s Pixel 2 speed.

Missing the Google Feed panel, instead of what OnePlus has called widget containing widgets. Personalization options include the ability to exchange traditional Android navigation buttons, gesture back buttons similar to those used on the iPhone X, and a choice to hide or hide it from the status bar.


OnePlus has tried hard to compete with Apple, Google, Samsung and now Huawei when it comes to the camera. OnePlus 6 has a 16 + 20 megapixel camera system on the back.

Use both color cameras to enhance detail and low light performance, as well as provide a pretty good portrait mode. The camera has improved a lot, producing some really enjoyable, highly detailed and colorful images in good lighting.

Low light performance is also significantly better than last year’s phone and the application is simple and easy to use. But OnePlus 6 is not compared to Huawei P20 Pro or Google Pixel 2. It can not have any real noise features and lack optical zoom, but most will be very happy with the images.

The front camera is very good, saving a large amount of detail, even in very poor fluorescence.

Optional beauty mode also manages soft skin without wiping the beard, which is better than most. OnePlus 6 lacks the slider-motion 960fps that 2018 competitors have, but will record a very good 720p at 480fps as long as you want.


OnePlus 6 is available in three colors and three variants in storage space. It starts at 469 pounds with a black finish, 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.

The 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space costs 519 pounds in white, glossy or black, while an 8GB of RAM, 256GB of black color costs 569 pounds.

If compared to the Huawei P20 Pro 6.1-inch, it costs 799 pounds with 128GB of space, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro 6in with 128GB costs 699 pounds, the Samsung Galaxy S9 + 6.2in ​​costs 869 pounds with 128GB of space, the Google Pixel 2 XL 6in with The 64GB costs 799 pounds, the Honor 10 6in with 128GB costs 450 pounds and the iPhone 5.8in with 64GB costs 999 pounds.


OnePlus 6 is a premium device that provides the required services in exchange for a price under 500 pounds. Starting at 469 pounds, it’s certainly not a cheap smartphone, but it’s less than half the cost of the Apple iPhone X and much cheaper than Samsung.

Offering a high performance on the inside, it makes it one of the best smartphone experiences available at that offered price. On the contrary, OnePlus 6 shows that no matter what merchants say, you do not have to pay 700 pounds up to 1,000 euros for a really great phone.


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